Sunshine Tour

Tshwane Open ready to tee off

2015-03-09 14:33
Tshwane Open 2015

Tshwane - The R18.5-million Tshwane Open will wrap up the European Tour’s summer swing in South Africa when it tees off at the Pretoria Country Club from Thursday to Sunday this week.

Pretoria stars Richard Sterne and George Coetzee will lead a field including former Tshwane Open champions Dawie van der Walt and Ross Fisher, as well as European Ryder Cup captain Darren Clarke, former European Ryder Cup players Edoardo Molinari and David Howell, recent two-time European Tour winner and current Sunshine Tour Order of Merit leader Andy Sullivan, and former SA Open champions Richie Ramsay and Morten Orum Madsen.

Tickets to the tournament cost R50 a day for adults for Thursday 12 March and Friday 13 March.

Tickets for the final two rounds will be R100 per day on Saturday 14 March and Sunday 15 March. There is also a four-day season ticket available at R150 per person. Pensioners and children under 16 gain free access.

Tickets can be booked through TicketPro or purchased at the tournament venue, with the gates set to open at 06:00 every day.

A park and ride service will also be operating from Brooklyn Mall from 05:30 to 20:30 daily, with the shuttles leaving every half hour except between 13:00 and 16:00 when they will depart every hour.

Golf fans attending the Tshwane Open will also stand the chance to win two tickets to the new Afrasia Bank Mauritius Open.

For more details about the tournament go to

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